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, and jerry brown won for governor and carmaleeta harris won her race. >> michael: how important do you think the rules will be this week on the 2016 election? >> i think for democrats who are running in 2016 will be for marriage equality. it will be interesting to see what republicans running for president in 2016 will do when they decide wlont they are going to buck their base and perhaps attract more independent voters and more republican voters who fled the party because they are so mean and cruel to gay people and immigrants and others. >> michael: i can't see how -- that it would seem like you were out of the main stream if you are opposed to this. and christine pelosi actually you are right a lot of the time. >> i'm left. >> michael: that's right. november's election was supposed to be the start of a marijuana legalization wave that would seep across the country in sea to shining sea, but said wave is having a little bit of trouble getting off of the couch. that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. the chill of peppermint. the rich
but-- >> michael: we've been debating it now for ten years. it reminds me of brown versus board of education and the deliberate speed. now is the time for speed on this issue. >> absolutely. >> michael: do you think there is a parallel between those two? >> i absolutely do. i was so astounded at the notion that there needs to be more time. it's been more than ten years. i'm very glad to see some republicans including senator rand paul are talking about a path to citizenship. >> michael: that is important but senator paul did not use the word "citizenship" in his speech. nor did he use the term "pathway to citizenship" because of the polarizing term. what do you think about semantics here. >> well, here's the thing, i guess they think that latinos hispanic, are not as sophisticated. it's like 30 years ago if you wanted to appeal to the latino vote you went to fiesta, you ate a taco you said some spanish words as if that was enough. i guess they think that's the same thing. it's not about the words. it's about what policies are you going to promote and actually enact. we're much m
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